Read the Book: Inside Scientology
Now, Reitman's new book, Inside Scientology: The Story of America’s Most Secretive Religion, incorporates extraordinary new information, including extensive interviews with long-time members, to give an extraordinary view inside Scientology. You can learn about the book at Janet Reitman's website and pick up a copy at Amazon, Powell's, or Indie Bound.
Village Voice on Scientology: Tony Ortega
Tony Ortega has been providing exceptional coverage of Scientology, and he's had a lot to write about this year. Tony Ortega's archived articles include the latest on former Scientology executive Marty Rathbun, Scientology in Israel, Scientology harassment of critics, journalists, and former members, and of course Tom Cruise.
Questions? See the FAQ
Curious about Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Scientology celebrities, or space aliens? Want to know what Scientologists believe, why Scientologists hate psychiatry, or whether Scientology is dangerous? Wondering whether Scientologists believe in Jesus and read the Bible, who started Scientology, their attitude on drugs, or just what Scientology is? There are answers to recently-asked questions in the FAQ.
The Human Face of Scientology
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September 18, 2008: Some parents are upset with a study method introduced by a Montessori school in northwest Toronto, which they say has its roots in the Church of Scientology. Parents said the owner of the Bambolino Montessori Academy, a private school, told parents last week that it was introducing a new learning method called applied scholastics. Parents weren't given a choice when the dean told them they'd be implementing the study technique.
September 9, 2008: On September 4 and 5, at least 4,000 anti-Scientology videos were removed from the video sharing website, YouTube. The videos removed were done so by a single Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notice by an alleged 'rights group' called the American Rights Counsel LLC, which Wikinews has confirmed does not exist beyond the scope of those requests.
June 30, 2008: The anti-Scientology group known as Anonymous says its July 12 "Spy vs. Sci" plans to demonstrate in "cities all around the world." Anonymous members - who include former Scientologists - are focusing on alleged "abuses" of the church's intelligence agency, known as the Office of Special Affairs (OSA). The group charges that critics are "targeted, harassed, threatened and intimidated in an attempt to silence or punish them."
The Scientology Lies Site
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